Depending on what you have done to it and the condition it's in. I would say 40's is accurate. That's just from my own searching before i bought a GU. I'v seen really early 2000's 4.2's go for high 30's. Most of them have all the bells and whistles but.
Really comes down to how quick you want to sell it...ask the silly money and it may take a fair while to sell, there would be only a very small minority out there willing to pay the big bucks for a near 10 year old 4x4. Price it sensibly and I would imagine you will still make good money back and sell it a lot quicker. Id be stuffed if I would pay those silly prices, would rather put that money towards a new Y61 or look at a second hand low k Y62. The 4.2 is a good donk but honestly I feel its a little over rated.
this is the million dollar question, I love my brother 4.2 series 4 but i can't honestly see the value in a car that is 10 years old fetching close to new price. I thought it was a bit steep when he payed 40 something for his stock 4 years ago but to get the same now is a little crazy.
I guess it is supply and demand.
If i was to get one i want a series iv st-l , but a second hand 62 looks good to .
Spot on mate, mines a 2000 as well - had 5000km on the clock when I bought it. Just shy of 300,000 now and running better than ever. Coils all round, tough drive train. Point and go. I have run my own electronics type company for nearly 20years and am in NO hurry to introduce any to the patrol. I did upgrade to a HN7 before Xmas, only real computer in the patrol and that has all ready been sent back for repair!!! Cheers